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Dale Rose Origins: Angel Band (38) RE: Angel Band 16 Oct 00


Uncle Jaque's info (1860) seems to place it a whole lot older than 1926, which I figured was not the beginning point anyway. Note the spelling of Haskell/Hascall, obviously the same person intended. Since writing my earlier posts, I have found several instances of the Hascall/Bradbury authorship. I was in hopes of finding it at Cyber Hymnal under the Land of Beulah title, but no luck there, or anywhere else for that matter.

Here is the listing of recordings given by The Folk Music Index, I am sure that at least some of them are available on CD, though not listed as such. And there are other recording not listed, notably the Stanley Brothers.

Angel Band - Hascall, J./Bradbury, W.

Butler, Carl. Anthology of Country Music, Vol 2. Early Country Harmony 1940's, ACM ACM-2, LP, cut# 15

Gospel Three. Music of the Ozarks, National Geographic Soc. 0703, LP (1972), cut# 6
Harmon, R. L. and Margie. Traditional Music of Beech Mountain, NC, Vol II, Folk Legacy FSA-023, LP (1965), cut# 24
Harris, Emmylou. Angel Band, Warner Bros 22585, Cas (1987), A.02
Michael, McCreesh & Campbell. Host of the Air, Front Hall FHR-023, LP (1980), cut# 12
Redpath, Jean; and Lisa Neustadt. Angels Hovering Round, Fretless FR 138, LP (1978), cut#B.02
Sovine, Melanie. Appalachian Folk Music, Sovine WHA-0142LP, LP (197?), cut#B.06
Tennessee River Boys. Good Old Mountain Music, Cumberland MGC 29505, LP (196?), cut# 10
West, Hedy; and Bill Clifton. Getting Folk Out of the Country, Bear Family BF 15008, LP (198?), cut# 12


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